Pay Revision Commission

Andhra employees’ associations up the ante

Demanding that the government scrap the Contributory Pension Scheme and implement the old pension scheme, they alleged that the government failed to fulfill many pre-poll promises. 

published on : 8th October 2021

Kerala pay revision panel recommends five-day week for govt staff, increase in retirement age

The final report has suggested changing the working hours of government employees from the current 10 am to 5 pm to 9.30 am to 5.30 pm in order to facilitate the introduction of a five-day week

published on : 3rd September 2021

Rs 7.6 crore released for Dalit Bandhu scheme in Telangana's Yadadri

With the launch of the scheme, the State government is preparing to allocate around Rs 20,000 crore to Rs 30,000 crore every year for Dalit Bandhu in the State Budget from 2022-23. 

published on : 6th August 2021

Pay Revision Commission: Outsourced staff of Hyderabad's Niloufer hospital stage protest

On Saturday, the staff went on a strike, stating that despite having worked for nearly 14 years for the government they have not been given their due and made permanent.

published on : 13th June 2021

9.21 lakh Telangana government employees to get benefits

It was also decided that an AIIMS-like super speciality hospital will be constructed in the area where the Warangal jail now stands.

published on : 9th June 2021

Nod to PRC, easing lockdown likely on Cabinet’s agenda

The State Cabinet on Tuesday is expected to take up and give its nod to the first Pay Revision Commission (PRC), not only for regular, but also for contract and outsourced employees.

published on : 8th June 2021

KCR announces 30% pay hike for Telangana govt employees, increases retirement age to 61

The Chief Minister also announced that the pay hike would be given to all 9.17 lakh government employees including contract and outsourcing employees.

published on : 22nd March 2021

Telangana govt gets EC nod to implement pay revision 

Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao had reportedly assured employee unions that fitment in their pay would be two to three percent more than what the AP government was paying.

published on : 21st March 2021